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that could make getting around just tricky at times. we'll have the details coming up. >>> the pentagon notified congress today of some of the steps that will become necessary if the automatic spending cuts go into effect march 1st. most of the pentagon 800,000 civilian workers will be furloughed one day a week. defense secretary panetta sent notice to workers that all affected employees would be notified at least 30 days ahead of any of those planned furloughs. he warned the ridge i had nate and scale of these cuts would result in what he called a serious erosion of readiness. meanwhile, in his first major address, secretary of state john kerry warmed that the looming cuts would -- >> my credibility as a diplomat working to help other countries, create order, is strongest when america at last puts its own fiscal house in order. that has to be now. >> he added it's hard to tell other countries' leaders they have to resolve their economic issues if america doesn't solve their own. >>> sequestration could cost the city millions. saying the city could take a 50 million hit, and he says the
in pentagon city mall in arlington this morning. jackie bensen is live with the latest on this. of course we understand they went for the best stuff. >> that's right, wendy, they went straight for the rings, taking 27 of them, and police have noted this crime's proximity to valentine's day. the security camera videos show the suspects were determined -- repeatedly pounding the display case until it shattered enough to be peeled back. >> we had four suspects enter the store, two brandished hammered, smashed the glass casing, and at that point all four individuals started grabbing rings and stuffed them into a bag. >> reporter: the mall was open and customers were inside. loot in hand, the men ran to a nearby exit into the third-floor level. witnesses told police they jumped into a red car. it was clear from how fast they were going they were not planning to stop at the joyce street exit gate. >> from there we got reports of a red sedan shortly thereafter busting through the gates. >> police say the stolen rings had an estimated value of $128,000. no store or mall employees were injured. >> ri
on the metro system is getting a much-needed upgrade. metro is replacing escalators at the pentagon station. the three are being replaced at the station's south entrance the the north entrance will remain open. the projects begins on monday. it's expected to last through the fall. the current escalators were installed 18iers. the new escalators will be similar to those recently installed at the system's dupont circle station. >>> what a catch. check this out. a 10-year-old in herndon is being hailed for reeling in a big one, and it looks like it is one for the record books. >> why do they use roman numerals to number the super bowls? that's the question. the answer is coming up on "news4 at 5." there are over 200 varieties of gourmet coffee that have earned the "keurig brewed" seal of approval. the keurig brewed seal is our commitment that the coffee inside will deliver a delicious cup of coffee every time. keurig brewed -- look for the only mark of genuine keurig quality. >>> new action after reports that d.c. police may have handled dozens of sexual a15u89 cases. last month the human righ
congress for failing to present the sequester. he said if congress doesn't act shs the pentagon will be forced to absorb $46 billion in spending cuts in this fiscal year. the military will also face a $35 billion shortfall in operating expenses. he says the military's ability to respond to a crisis will suffer. >> my fear is that there is a dangerous and callous attitude that is developing among some republicans and some democrats. that these dangerous cuts can be allowed to take place in order to blame the other party for the consequences. >> his remarks came during a speech. he warned that if the sequester kicks in march 1st, there will be widespread civilian furloughs, layoffs and hiring freezes. >>> tonight historic change if z in the works for the post office. no more saturday deliveries. the agency will implement the change on august 1st in order to save $2 billion. under the plan, mail will be delivered to homes and businesses monday through friday. mail will still be delivered to post office boxes on saturdays and packages will still be delivered. the post office lost ne
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